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THE CAIRO ilAlLt BULLET, WEDNESDAY, iLVHCIl lit). I7:
TAKE Nlt'l'IC K.
TlUKlAMLlur 111 ILLINOIS CENTRAL R- R.
o. .1.1 nfruD.iT, i.r tth mi. ih foliov.-
urt of pMr train. l Clrm
Drl-Mil train. dtl) A" f :?? -
Kite,H''r - I.p.m
j-rirt M:l,l"l) - - Si'&W.
Kxw ..-.... 1-00 p.m.
fair., and el. Loult bhutt Like.
Arrive - " 3.44 p re.
v.iMiiMFo'eMi finin Cairo tn ft. I.oul. N
.,.n '-.- fioin CMro tip Cilcain.
rsa-'ng Koo-n sleeping car on night treini.
ajrgige checked tn nil importsnl win"'
CAIRO AND XOVSD CITY
Will mike three ttlpe daily.
tnuvs xoi to utr
A) ? -
.m. I It ..w a.m
.4. in. I st liw p
p.m. I . ...p.m.
rare ran "" .-
Will I... .wh-nhaded, atant mod iuteriii;liale
tiling or pnitnor frt-Uhl. tiu.ilir.
EVANSVILLE AND CAIUO,
The Bin tWsmer
0U3 FOWLER.... - Matter
Will Una Cairn for Evansvllli orery Sunday and
Yhur.-isy evenings, at 4 oVloji, p.m. J-'o.i
rrcisiit or piasage, apply on tioinl or to
JA4.IIIUUS, A j't.
SJ cent.; in llrkets for W
CAIUO AND l'ADUCAH
KAIL, no AT.
Trie splendid eteamer
T .A. S. PISK,
Joe I'owlur, Master.
C lr ivil.V. (Stnltrs oxPDtet) at 4
. K.r IreUht or ni.1111 aualt on hoar i or
)n5tf J Art mans, AK't.
thmberlntti lllver I'nekat
The pplfnilid ttranitr
TOM HAkMAN...Mailer ALEX. HARD Clerk
Will leare C.lro every Saturday at & o'clock p.m.
ferClaikurille, and Nathtllle. For freifht or
paMaxe.ap.lj onooamor to
JaoSlf J9.B10Q3, At..
SA1SUV1L1.1!, CLMUC3V1LLE AND
Tb ga'.Unt attatnar
OWEK DAVIS...Maitr JAS.l'. jr"
e.. K..V...11. i..i,..iii .adar at 6 o clock P.m
Vitl I.... rAt. 1. ..
rr.l.ht nr r,. .'.. . . aud all way poinu. fur
.PRIY on txiaru nr 10
v a it
-iVIIiLK, CLARKSVILLE AND
Th ood ateamar
WII.ET 81MM3...Mater J.NO. HARTER.... Clerk
Will laava Cairo every Monday at i o'clock, p.m.
for NuliTllle, aod all way porn Tor fralitht or
paaaage, apply on board or to
FOR SALE, "I Sor2a,,e ( F0R SALE,
1 I FrrKale I
FOR SALE.) r
KorSalel ,, t u
Faro from Liverpool,
Varo from Londcndekrt
Faro frota Olasqow,
Paro from Quekniitown
CAIRO, :::::::: 9 4 6-
iatJord, Horrn A Ca
Livtrpool vew.Tork add Philadelphia
ana aoitaici witu vmited ituu.inii aatnii
Kor Carrying tne Mailt.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa riaiita laroaatTio
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
ay, New. York, or to
II. II o n pS,
Washington Aveni'e. Cairn.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
KESIDE.NCE No. 21 Thirteoaih street, b.
twrsj Washington avenue and Witlaut tret.
Oftee II OTmmercial avenn. Up Uire.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
MIDBNCE-corn-rNinth and Wlnnt ats,
) h i!oi"r iiith street n I Ulilo leva
dtj hour front C a.m. tn It in , and V p.m
. II. WAUDNER, M. D.
EE'SIDENCE Corner .Nineteenth street and
V' islimttod avenue, neur court house Of.
lc over th poslolhc. 0.1i:e houra Is to 12
a m. sail -i i o.ia. JjnUlf.
ALLKS, MULKKiT Jt WHEELER
COUNSELttRS AT LMV
William J.Allen, ) '
Jokn ll.Mulkey. V CAIKO. ILLlNOia
attrParttcular aUentlu paid to river and ad.
OmCB-Over Kiist National llauk, Ohio Levee,
GREEN & GILRERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlsai 11. mi.
William n Gilbert,
as lies r.i.uaeri,
astrspeeia. attentieu given t Adsniialty and
VICE OBIO LEVEE, ROOMS T AMI) 8 OTIE
Th Illinois Uemral Kail Koad Company now
eaerfer aal th following described lot la rirs
aauisni in miy or uairo, viai
Lt 57 k4ok 20. Lot 14 block K,
". IS " tt, XT ft,
- t S tS tt,
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. is. ' ai H su.
ai,ly to JAMBS JOHNOPf.
Hppy rellet far yonna men from theeffeels f
rrora and abusea in early III. Manhnod i reaiar.
a. Ntrrous deulhty cur.d.' ImMdT.le'... to
msrrire rm0Vd. New method of Ueatrnani
Mew aasj remarkable remidles. Hooks and cina.
lar nt free, in aUd envelops. Addrv
ROWARD ASSOCIATION, No, ,R'.uth Ninth if
lOastalphla, r. dsadawta;''
A T II E N E U M.
THE OLD FAVORITES,
THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 21
Will appear In their Programme above.
ADMISSION . . BOe. CHILDREN . 33.
"RESERVED HEAT 7SC.
S-lMt. I). 0. WALDER, Managtr.
Gilder, Upholsterer, Varnishcr and
Fancy Paper Hanger, Mattress
Making and Repairing.
Shop on Commercial avenue
All work entrusted
to hla care will recetTt
uravr nr noiicnea.
NOTICE TO CONTRAOTOUS.
In rtcconUnco with a Jnlnt reaolution paoted by
the city couni'll on tun lilth tititna. nolle. i
liereli) KlU'ii tlmt ealed prop"iU will Im ri
Cfive.l ttv nil. Hi thr Ollv rtntV'M r1U it, .til f
o'cl.ck p. in. or Tuesday, th i&lh day of March,
A. 1. Kii, tor all theclty printing forth city of
tin uiir jrur iiuin uaia 01 coairaai.
All bin will Lt. nihjoct to the approval of tlv
3-lU-ti.. E. A. UUUNETT, City Complroller.
D 11 Y GOODS
FOR SPRING OF 1872.
3" - 3UE0-BH
"IgnitN, ANDOONB ANU DONX IT AOAIS I
Owing to his Ur aaUi ot
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
h tound it neeratarir to anin rial t th Kaitern
Market aod will return wltlan a faw day with a
handaome atock ol
Hewlohes to oil the attention of Duyeri to hi
very complete, large ami careruuy aeieciea
stock: OF O-003DS
Ilia geodt can not be lurpanea, and he
oiicita acomparlaon of
GOODS -A-niTD PEIOES
with thofeof any houe which you have bean ac
customed tu deal with.
lilt atock will ronatit ot
IKINII I'Ol'LINN, HH.KM. PLAIDS,
HKPPN AND BLACK ALI'ACAM,
And all other eortn of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
He alio keens a lwiie atock ol I.acev. Trim
minx Kinbriilucnei., a great variety of Hliawli,
v.ioik wiu uasiinerrs
Ji.rr liO-W 'FIC3-TJ--RD53S.
He nUo keens n vnri'tr of Ladies' and Chlb
drvu'abliovH mid Clothing of all le and pru-et.
Htuck Kull iuU complelo all through. Call and
er, for It will pur,
3-KUtf. J llllItOKK.
mUI? TITT T T "CT'T'Vr
Publleatlou ee. Bnlletla Bnlldlaia;,
Try tho Java Imperial Toa, at Uristol
a stiiwcir. a-s-tf.
Mrs. Anna Lang, on Eighth street be
tween Washington and Commercial ave
nues, has just received a One spring stock
of millinery goods, consisting of huts, boa
net, ribbons, notions, etc., etc., to which
she asks the attention of the ladies of
Cairo. Mrs, Lang will tukts pleasure in
showing her goods to alt who will favor
ber with a cull. 3-!Mui.
Wo have no honlutou in recommend
ing W illiam Khlcrj, boot and shoo maker
as worthy of niont liberal patron ago. We
know whorofore we speak when wo say
his work is bone In a masterly m timer at
the lowest prices. II a uses nothing but
the best of stock, and he cannot be excell
ed in the dulicato task of making an ex
act (It. Oivo him a call at his shop on
Twentieth street, tietwoun Washington
avnniiA anil Pnnlnr atrnni- nnarlv nnnnallii
. . ... , ,.j .,.,...
ttl enilrt hntlln anil sv will cllarantaa
Mr. Joseph Mendel has sold hitrrocerv
store, at the cotB of T(j(lth ,tfMt Md
m a.hinBton avenue, u, Mr. Joseph Bros..
l It 1... t.1.... . .
... ........ a... ,K.m.oa lnd wu ,m
mediately stock the concern witn , fu)j
and complcta asscrtmeut ot th frMhest
and choicest groceries and
which he iriarHntiua tn . .i.
low as can beobtalned trom aay other et.
Ilthment lu tho oity. lie solicits a thara
of tho public patronage and promises in
return prompt attention ana courteous
treatment. 3-8 dim,
Parker & Illake havo added to their
well assorted Palnl, Wall Paper and
Window GWss cstahlishmont a regular
painting business. Thoy have engaged
Mr. Carl L. Thomas, who has boen In tho
painting business In Cairo fur the last 10
years, to superintend the painting and pa
per banging department, and all work en
trusted to him, or for which he may con
tract, will be duly acknowledged by them,
and wijl be, eiccuted with neatness ana
dispatch. Sign writing, plain and fancy
painting, paper hanging -and decorations,
calfomining, graining, glazing, etc., dene
at reasonable Unas. Mt,
Will Hrurn'v f Mo'ronnlli ml Ju,'
rideon, of Pui.sKl, Were in lb city yes- to
,M'Uo Qracl , tho "Iron Lady" i now
with BacUntto'o'i clrcui, muictim and
The April term oftha Alexander coun
ty circuit co irt will convene one week
from next Moidny.
Mm. Cbai. Warner (formerly Mn. Dun
Rice,) now with Dackenitosv' clrcui, rau-
leum and menagerie.
the grand ma'.lnee on Friday at 2 p.m. of
Backenitoie'i clrcui, museum and mcnac
rie expretily for ladies and children.
Mr. Charlei R ycc, tho American Orl-
maldl and people't favorite clown, at each
exhibition of Dackenitoio'i clrcui, muitiutn
and menagerio next Friday.
A lituation a bookkeeper or laleiman,
or ai bookkaapor and taleiman combined.
Kaference exc'ianged. Addreis, "W. P
poito&ce.box 343, Cairo, Illlnoli.
The heai ought to prepare to "hump
thomieWcs" fur a general lay out. Emter
will toon be liore, and at present prices of
fgire It can t Ua calebrate'J a It ihouiu
uulcn they do.
of the city aro juil now on the rampage in
conscquenco of tho expectation that thoy
-ro to bo arreiloa ana nneu. 1 tiev arc
wearing alt torts of vongeanro vgalnet
the pollen olUcerj.
Till LITTLE KKXTCCKIAX,
No. 63 Ohio kveo, U the pliee whero
they keep the frchet fish and game, and
the flneit wines, liquon and cigari, to bo
found in the city. Dinner only twenty
flv centi. Open day and night, at all
bpun. J. E. Park, Proprietor
for ihlpmcnt by river from tbii point are
abundantly plenty. Not only the
wharfboati but a eood share of
the wharf la itrown with freight awaiting
tennage to convoy It to Hi destination.
office ii to be removed from lu present
location, to the front room, up stairs, In
the Scott "White building, corner Sixth
street and Ohio levee. The room is one
of the belt in the city for an offico.
The new German Catholic church in
this city is rapidly approaching comple
tion. The interior work on the building
is now being done. It will, when com
pleted, be by far the handsomest church
in the city.
BREAKING BTRKET LAMM.
Within tho past two or threo weeks a
large number of the tras lamps of tho city
have been broken br mischievous boys.
Tho superintendent of the gas company
has determined to ferret out tho guilty
Juveniles, and punish them to the fullest
extent of thelaw.
A number of young gentlemen of tho
city propose having a last grand,
ball of the season, at the St. Cbarlos hotel
on Friday evening, April 6th. The copy
for tho tickets is now in the hands of the
printer, and they will be out on Thursday or
Friday. The ball promises to be a grand
We have sampled those Bartor A White
house hams, to be found at Stratton&Bird's
and have no hesitation in pronouncing
them among tho best we havo ever eaten.
Messrs. S. fc 11. hare plenty more of tho
samo kind, and parsons wishing a first-class
article should not fall to give them a
On Saturday evening, March 16th, by
the Rev. Robt.Helbig, Capt. P.O. Decker,
to Mrs. Augusta Meyers, all of Cairo.
Wo always know that Pred Decker was
a sensible man, and would see the folly of
"going it alone," through the world, and
marry some good lady. May their mar
ried life always bo as joyous as at prsmt.
ovr roR new Orleans.
Capt. Hamilton's boat, Mary K.
Forsyth, cleared yesterday morning for
New Orleans, Capt. II. himself in com
mand. The following persons accomp
alned tho captain, on this, his Urt trip :
Dr. Caeey and family, Capt.
Goo. Lounsbury and family
aid Miss Lounsbury of Mound City.
Mrs. Kldred and Miss Armstrong, of Pa-
ducah. Mr. F. Atdrich.of Joliet. Sheriff
Irvln and family, Miss Anna Pitcher, Miss
Uattle Wheeler, and Mrs. Oois, of Cairo.
Tho undersigned offers for rent a com
modious storo room.on Eighth street. Tho
house is new and furnished complete with
shelves, counters, gas, walor and every
thing needed. The lacation Is one ef the
best in tho city, and offers good oppor
tunity to a grocery or dry gooda man.
For particular! inquire of
R. S. CirNinrj,
Cor. ot Sixth and Cminercial,
At tR.ia tlt1 patronage received by
,how mck "MM I" t
ro, Iriday, Match wd, the Memphis 'Led-
(I ftm. 1
housand popl, turned away
Backenstos.'s big show last
tg un.il, to obUm admission
I of the vast crowds of pt0X
dthe monster naTliiin V.T
from Dr. Backen. ,.,"r WJ'
UUO laUUBaB.nil nBntit. a..
a. i,. nt.nlf.1 lha m . . . 1 . .... r "
utmost capacity. Take all th. ..mi...' :
to-day and see the wonders of the animal
Messrs. Goldstine A Kosenwater, Com
mercial avenue, between Eigtbth and
Ninth stmts, are now receiving from the
east a Urge aud complete stock of spring
goods ol every variety. Their itock con
slits of all the latest patterns of ladies'
faacy and plalu drttsa goods, such as silks,
sattins, delaines, Hlapacas, scarfs, ribbons,
buttons, threads, ntc. In ttio wny u( good
for (Mr I e 1 1 1 . i wear tlinv hiv S " m g.
it unit m.ut c -a ,1 e'.t, . c nor bro.ight
Calm, connlstfiij; of it full llnu of ready
muds clothing of uvcry description,
gents turnmiing good, mis nml caps
and in fitct any tiling un.l every thiti";
that should bo kept In n fir.U clns dry
goods and clothing stublUmm'til
can be found at tliW houe. In sullt'lting
patronngo JU'Srs. Oolduino & Ro.t'n
water promise that, in the futuro as in the
past, thoy will soil their goods nt II bent I
prices and guitratituQ tliclr customers
prutnpt and rourteoiM nttontion. dot
A frlond stuguJts th tt vuloclpcdei nra a
nulittnco, nnJ shoulil bo prohibited from
being run on this' aiduwitllcs. lid ulitlms
that tboy are ditngorotis to II fu nnd
limb, and says tbitl if ttnybody Is disposed
to dirputa this assertion all thoy huvo to do
Is to wait until some one Is killed by ono
of the Informtl mtchlnci." If Imnd
carts aro a nuistnee, and wo buliovo tho
ordinances of the city so dechiro them,
had not velocipedes ought to bo placed on
the satno list ?
C. & YJ, It.
WHAT OUIl EXCIIANdKS SAY 1U10UT IT,
EVERYTHING LOVKLT AND TIIEC. A V.
aOOSK 1IANUS II IU It.
The following extracts "concorning thu
progress of work on tho C.tiro und Vin
cennei railroad, arc from our latvst ex
Front the Cur in I C inner.
Uradini; on tho C. & V. road in this
county has beun In earnest. A lar
force or nanus and trams aro employed on
tho east sldo ol the Little abitHli r.iver
Tho road from hero to (irayvlllo Is to I
completed by the llrstot .Juno.
(From tho Mojnt Carinc) Lcmocritt.) I
Wo lfurn from Mr. Davock, onu of tho
RitiitHlit etigi:.i::rj on thu Ciiro A; Yin
cennei railroad, that thu Html survey of
this road under Engineer V . x . Ulark,
from llitrrisburu to .Mound City hits been
completed. A largo forco is at work on
Front tho Vinclennes Osteite.
Gen. Wlnslow and Major Morrill, who
have tho gonernl supervision of the work
on the Vincennes & Cairo railroad, were
in tbc city yosterday. Thoy inform us
that they havo upwards of 1,000 men at
work on tho lino below Mt. Carmol, and
aro dally adding to tho forco employed.
Thoy have purchnscd iron forthowholo
route; tw?nty-flve miles of iron will bu de
livered In a tow days, and another twenty
five miles will be at hand in April. Allen
will commence to work ono mile below
this city this morning, with a largo force.
The contractors aro expected to complete
tbo grading upon the whole routo by tho
tint or August.
Wo have Just received a large stock of
new imported Orovcr A Baker's sowiig
machines. Thoy stitch alike on both sides.
We will sell family and manufacturing
machines, with tho privilego of paying by
monthly installments, giving tho purchas
ers choice betwion lock-stitch and Grover
A Baker's elastic stitch. Remember wo
learn you to run alt machines bought of
is. Wo also keep on hand sowing ma
chine attachments, needles, silk, b(it
sperm oil in bottles, or you can bring your
own bottle and havo it tilled.
In addition to our sewing machine de
partment, wn do machine embroidery,
dross and cloak making, stamping for
either braiding or embroidery, and nil
done with block stamps. All ordors from
city or country will rccolvo our prompt
attontion. All porsont wishing nnything
in our lino are respectfully requested to
give ua a onll and soe samplos of work,
183 Washington avenue, botweeu Eleventh
and Twelfth streets. Postoffieo box i!'J8.
3 131m. II. F. Ooodyar.
BURNETT & CO.
HiailXST CASH PRICE PAID POR HIDES
Messrs. Burnett A Co.,Thornton's block,
Tenth street, aro prepared to pay tho high
est cash price for articles In their line, as
Prlmn Mink $1.75 tn '
60c to COc
10 to 15
40 to tO
5.00 to COO
5.00 to 7.00
Green Salt, kip and calf.
9J to 10c
12 to 14c
2.r. to 35c
For other articles, such as rags, feath
ors, bees wax, wool and tallow, we vill day
the highest market prices.
Burnett & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, cornor 7th street
and Commercial avenun, Cairo, Ills., U
prepared to accommodate the public with
board by tho day, week or month, at lowor
rates than any othor first-class house in
the city. Tho rooms aro all well fur
nlshod, light and airy, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agonts. Tho houso is located in tho cen
ter of tho business part of the city within
ono square of the post office si-9-tf
NOTICE OY REMOVAL.
Having removed my boot and shoe shop
to the north side of Eighth streot, between
Commercial avonuo and Ohio lovoo, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cus
turners to call on me in my nuw quarters,
whero I shall keep on hand and manufac
ture all kinds of custom-mado boots and
shoos, and guarantee in thu future, as 1
have done in tho past, to givo good work,
good itock, good fits and perfect satisfac
tion. Phillip Bauoii.
Jt received at Briitol Stllwell's
canned Barlett Pears, Aprlcots.and Muscat
Grapes. Also a M Mortment of best
brands of other fanned goodi. No. 32
light street. g.4.tf,
T'i' ti t' ri .'-l.y npotiod. wciik on
Oats and Mixed Corn. While Corn Is lu
active dcmind at quotations, Choice
grades of liny iiro active,
with a iiioilcrnto supply. Flour
quiet, Thu season Is too
far advanced for low grade"; Anything
below a good XX or fair XXX is in lit-
Freights on grnln to New Orleans uru
now quoted at 3 J Jo per 100, and C5c per
bbl on FIoiii.
Tho wo-ttliur Is mild and springlike.
Corru'poiideiits must bear in mind
that our Insidi; figures represent prices in
round lots from II r-t liviids, nnd otilsldo
figures prices for salus made in small lots
or tin ordcr.l
FLOUR. Quiet mid rather dull.
Cholo was otTorod to.d ty nt u reduction
of 'Jn'., mid common and inferior qualities
aro almost unsaleable. Wu mioto
50 bids Various Grades.... $5 'JoSTVJ 'J5
00 " " "
on orders 0 OOQjlO 00
CORN. Whito is In irood demand und
sells readily tin arrival at quotations. Re
ceipt light. Mix-d quiet at I'JifiJ, I Hi
ll bulk, G'Jcfiiune in nacks delivered. Huv-
ers are iioitiiug on in inn nopo tit bum
ablo to nbtnln lower freights in a day or
two. ones weiu
HO cars .Mixed, in bulk, on
C cars .Mixed, in sacks del.. G'JcfJ.'lu
iiiu sacks " .. (,3c
loO " " in lots, ".. Clo
'2 c.trs " in sacks, on
ti cars Whito in sacks del... 67r(jiV!S
iW) MICKS " ... OlO
OATS. Aro weak. Tho order demand
lias fallen oil', thu sreding season bein
about ended. I hero is n Itirtro tock on
thu market nnd no itimiirv. Sties o
('twice Galena wcro nude on Saturday at
4'!e in sucks delivered. Wo quote
1 car Seed O.tts, In sacks,
12 cars Galena in nucks del 3c(,ir,c
1500 sacks " " 4:tc
1 car Whito In bulk !18c
HAY. Choice urades tiro in rcuiics
for shipping. Tho stock on tho market i
moderately heavy, bales wero
1 car, damaged
" Uliolcc Jl Ixed Uel is
" " 19
" Choice " '20 0i
" " Timothy del
" Mixed "
" Timothy " "
10 00(2,20 0021 00
BUTTER Choico in demand, allothor
trades dull, bales wore
1700 lbs Choico Roll 18c20c
la pkgs " .Northern , 23
2bbls "Roll 1 6c
3 tubs Northorn Roll 15
C boxes Southern III.
EGGS. Plenty, dull nnd
Poultry. In good demand, with n good
supply in the market, bales wcro
75 doz Mixed Chicken $3 00t
10 " Roosters 3 00
10 " Ducks 3 00
MEAL. Unchanged, prices ranging ut
last week s quotations, bales were
300 bbls City Steam Dried.... $2 '.'0
100 " " "
on orders fjOfTi.l 00
200 bbls Jiolchers Caloric P. T,
FRUIT. Not much In the market ex
cept apples. Wo nolo Miles of Choico at
$6 00 per bbl, whilst inferior sells at 3 00.
72 bbl $3 60&1 75
20 bbls choico, on orders C 00
30 bbls Early Roau ,
PROVISIONS. Quiet and unchunged.
500 lbs Bacon, Clear sides... He
1,000 " " Hams 12c
-lOcaio Maple Sugar, 20c
U. LEVY A CO. PAY TUB IUOUEbT MARKET
Below will be found tho corrected list
of prices paid by H. Levy A Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Levy & Co. do a very largo trade in their
line, and it is it well known fact that they
til ways pay tho highest pricos to bo ob
tained in this market. Ihoy aro now
Heaver, por pound ,
S2 00 a 2 25
& 00 a 7 00
2 00 a 0 00
60 a 76
HIDES, PER POUND
Beef Hides, Dry Salt
" " Green Salt
Tallow, par pound
Feathers, " "
Wool, " '
Beeswax " "
m it 20
60 a Go
00 a 70
25 a 28
The ubovo price list is subject to correc
tion. GRAND HALL!
MT TIIK CAIRO 61. PATRICE 1IKNKVOI.KNT
A grand ball will bo given by tho above
society on Easter Monday evening, April,
1st, nt School's hall. Everybody is invited
to come and havo nn enjoyublo evening.
COMMITTEE OK ARIIANQKMKNTS :
John Hvland, P. O'Lauglilin, L. J.
Byrne, Jno. AV. Hogan, Dan"! .1. Oaligan.
One form of catarrh bogins with uneas
iness of noso ; tho noso is obstructo-l by
tho thickened lining of mombrnno anil
fools dry ; a deslru to pick it, bloods a lit
tle, soros soon start, spread and got deeper,
crusts form on thorn largo and hard to got
away, mattor discharges, llesh is eaten and
bono decays, breath vury otl'oiistvo, and
f .co bocornos dsiflgurcd, Turriblo disoaso !
Nothing will euro but Dr. Piorco's Golden
Medical Dlscovory taken earnestly to cor
rect tho blood and system, locally, use Dr.
Sago's Catarrh Rumcdy, n healing specific,
and to apply It properly, Dr. Piorco's
Nasal Douche. This rcaclus all tho dls
oasod parts. All thoso sure means of euro
sold togother for $2 by druggists.
imported Malaga grapes at Jorgen
son's, eorner of Twentieth street and
Washington avenue. tf
50'.! 1 00
AltltlVKIl ANI Din-AItTKll.
Hleamer. Whero from. Whero lo.
S. Morrill.. Whitii rlvor.St. L-.nU.
Coiiiut St. Louts .. . l'iltsliuri'.
. Illlli! .Motlllillls . . .(ilnelniii'ill.
Its;1tis6t N Orleans,.. .St. Louis.
lulluSt. Louls.St. Loul Vlckslurg.
W in. Cowuii...St. I.ouls.
M.ilinwk v, orien,...
Ddxli-r St. Louis.. N. Orleans.
M. K. Fornvth N. Orleans.
Sinlo Silvur... St. Louis X. Orleans.
Illinois... eee.Ct)1 it..Col.
l'otoiMitc N. Orlenn.Cliicinntl.
Warner N. Orleans.
111(1 MUDDV COAL.
Steamboats supplied nt uliy time, both
lay and night, with cither lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Towur, Ills
Special contracts ollurcd on fuvorablo
termi upon application.
11. V. Ol.YI'HANT,
D. A. UOKEK, Gcti'l. Sltpt.
Sales Agent. 3-lo-ly,
CONDITION Ol' Tit K IIIVIIRS.
Here tho river has ruin several Inches
luting tho )nt 21 liours. Thu river nt
l'lttsburi;, Is still risliii; slowly, and at
Cincinnati the rapid rise continues, with
more than 2'.' lect in tho channel. At
Louisville Micro it 8 fuel In tho canal.
The Cumberland river is rising again with
7J feet on Hnrpcth Shoals. Tbo Red riv
is about stationary, while th" Arkansas
and Whltu rivers urn gradually fulling
There Is no clinngo to report in the con
dition of thu Mississippi river, ills ftill
fullih:;, nnd every dty places the channel
in a worse condition, mid pilots havo to
ue uroat precaution lu bringing their
ho.il out. Who can foretell when that
treaiii tsill I'.- riing ngtin '!
llfMNK'si AND WKATHKIt.
Uuiiuess wus fair on tho luvo'j during
yesterday; nnd thcro win a fair amount of
freight shipped. There is still plenty of
freight on'hnnd ready to go south, when
ever tonnage can bu had which for somo
titiiu has boon rather scarce. Boats fill out
their trips hero nt fair rates. Cairo could
keep up a lino of her own now, and thuro
is no doubt, but what thcro will bo a lino
of boats placed in tho New Orleans trndd
next winter from this plucc.
Tho blustering wind continues, and
.March will blow itself away, if she don't
look out. Tho weather was rather pleas
Among lliu.passcngora on board tho
Sam, J, Hale, there wcro six prisoners
bound for tho penitentiary at Frankfort,
Kentucky. Fivo of theo nre what is
known ns "Memphis mackcrals.'' Thu
other is a school teacher who stolo a mink
skin nnd got caught, aud will abide two
years in tho penitentiary. Thoy wero
tried nnd convicted in Hickman, Ken
tucky. Tne Belfast passed up for St. Louis with
a fair trip. Capt. Sod aw stopped oil', nnd
went through lo St. Louis by rail.
Tho .Mary E. Forsyth was throughly
inspocted and awarded number 2 papers.
Sbo evidently resembles a singed cat, that
is, the is a groat deal better than alio looks.
She cleared for Now Orloans yesterday
with all tho freight s ho could carry and
about 00 cabin passenger. Capt. Ham
Melon has his family on board accompan
ied by some friends from this place.
The Belle of St. Louis h id n fair trip
and did not add any freight hero, a hero
was u scarcity of roustabouts on her not
withstanding she was paying forty dollars
per mouth, board and lodging. During
tho high wind that prevailed Monday
afternoju alio was blown on tho dry bar
at Greenfield's and lost six hours.
Tho .Mohawk left for bolow with threo
burgci containing over three thousand tons
of freight. Ono of thu bargos contained
Thu Doxtcr had tt good load, nnd filled
out here with ull situ .vanted in the way of
The steamer A. Baker, which left horo
on tho 3d has not been heard from sinci)
sho was itground at C.tsoyvllle. It Is tho
Intention of her owner to lake her machin
ery and placo it in tt cotton gin after she
arrives at somu point on the Ouchitu river.
Mr. Fred. C. Decker, talesman for tho
C.C. Coal Co., was united in tho holy
bonds of matrimony, to Mrs. Augusta
Mayer?, last Sathrduy ovening. May
happiness and i-ucccss attend them through
Tho Suaio Silver nrrived with a good
trip, and a number of passongcrs. Sho
filled out hero.
Tho S. S. Merrill laid ovor until lint
night, taking on railroad iron for St.
Thu Warner did not fill hor barges horo
with freight, but left to fill thorn with corn
below here, having mudo engagements on
her way up.
Tho Potomac pascd up for Cincinnati
with a cabin filled with passengers. Sho
is it groat passongor boat, aud always has
plenty of them on board. Sho made tho
trip from this port to Now Orleans, nnd
back in thirteen days,
Tho Hello Leo, It is said, will enter tho
Cairo and Now Orloans trade botoro long.
The rcpoit noods conformation.
Cltr Nntlonnl Bn.uk Bnlldluir.
.Special attention paid to orders Irom steam
oats nlht or dav.t
Pat Fitzgerald, of tho samplo rooms
has recoived tbo appointment of agont for
tho sale of tho Hammondsport, N. Y., Ur
baua Wino Company's wines in this city
If tho bottlo with which wo havo been
favored is a samplo of tho quality of
these wtnos, then wo aro proparod to say
that thoy aro among tho bost wo have ovor
tasted. Ho has just received a largo con
signment, which ho Is proparod to soil at
tho lowost figures. Ho has also on hand a
largo and coinpleto stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wlnei of every variety.
.Maihuauk ,tf.,Kl Int. r.'s'in; work
numerous Miigrmings, :o pnges. Pilco
60 cents. Address D. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Sou Advertisement. if,
Mm. W ii iTct Mil's Syrup por Sooth-
ino Children. Many sleepless nights
of painful wntchiiigs to tho anxious rnoth
e might bo itviiidcd by using this Invalti
abli) tirepnratlon. 5-20l&wl20
Jo to No. Hi Eighth street, and get
nine of tho novel and excellent Java
lmpeilnl Ton, and try It. 3-tf.
For tiik best St. Louis Uuor in the
city, go to lllimkenbur's Excelsior sa
FltRStl St. Louis latjor beer lust received
at tho Excolslor saloon. F. UlunkonburL'.
Go to Dr. McOatiloy for Rattlngor's Fe
ver Drops. Warranted to cure tho chills.
Java Imperial Tea nt Bristol
I'aiil G. Schuh sells Rattlngor's medi
IIO IT HTOKKK.
S A M
W I L S O N ,
Ohio Levee : ; Cairo, III.
nahtas ranaerLV rritLaii
1 II I L. S A U P,
Ounmsnr to P. Snip.)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
FIREWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, ETC,
lot! f'omraerrlul A Ten lie, bet
Nlath mid He vcutti Ntrtxta,
THE U1TY NATIONAL
W. I'. KALl.lIMT, I'realden
II KNIIT L. 11 ALL1DAY, Vic Pr tai;
A. li.MAFrol.il, Caahier;
WALTKR UYtiLOi', Assistant Cttu,
hats TtTLsa, Koiaai II. Cvaatatiaai,
lltiav I.. IliLLID.t, W. P. 1IHL1D4T,
iio. 1). WiLLUKtoi, SrirMin 111 an
A. I). 8rit.
Exchangr, Coin and Casllesl (-(
Bond liu tight anil Mold.
rvBPOSITS received, and
a gtnaral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANini, lIUftD, 1'renldtit;
KOHEKT W. MILLEIt. Vlca-Prl
C. N. HUGHES, Caahier.
collections; promptly made
nXCHANOE. coin, bank
III btates securities bought
t and aold.
liile-ret Allowed on Time DspsMlla,
Ctiarlered March SI, IM.
CITY NATIOKAL BANK, CAIRO
A, 11. SVFFORU, President; k
H. H. TAYLOK, Vice-President; m
W, HVbl.UI', circretarr and Treasurer.
P. W. Hsaciiv,
F', SI. SruCkllATll.
W. P. lUtuctr,
It. M. Cu.hmsuiuu,
J. SI, Pl1llt.H,
leiolln ol nny Ainnniil KsvcItsmI trim
Tcu Ceiila Upward.
LNTKKK4T paid on depssita at the rat ol e
pu: cent, per annum, Match latand Urplem
tier Interest not withdrawn Is r.ddedlmm
dlatuly titro principal of the deposits, thereby
giviui; them coinpouiid Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
tO THAT 0 WI tUt CAN CHAW IV.
Open every business dny from a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Hnturday erening lor HAV1NO DKl'OJITb
only, from 6 tn 8 o'clock.
a'iot W. HYHLOP, Treasurer.
MINERAL SPRING- WA
TER Ol M'nukrslit, WUeonaln,
tiVnoHledireileiire of Dnaht' l)leaj.Wheta
J.opsy.all alUctions ot Tiidney, Ulaudor and
Uamry orgaKs, also Liver trouble". H. . oiias.
0:.K.fJust:coofthe Unltod Mates, restored to
" J.' '.Wfirivi." Jil -Tetit'or the B.at. ol Illi.
Wabash Avenue. Chicago. M0-loA"Xl,
mall j.romptly att.ndtJ to. Bend for 4lrei U ,,.
JIOOT8 AND NIIOEM.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Ustwetu Washington aveae ana Poplar